Dan Goicoechea

Dan Goicoechea

Chief Deputy State Controller at Idaho Centennial Chapter

Location:
P.O. Box 623, Boise, Idaho, United States

General Information

Experience

Chairman  - Idaho Technology Council

Chief Deputy State Controller  - Office of the Idaho State Controller

Chief of Staff  - Woolf

Certified Advanced Open Water Scuba Diver, Rescue and Recovery Diver, Underwater Hunter, Night Diver  - PADI Companies

Chief Deputy State Controller  - Idaho State Controller

Affiliations

Deputy for Governmental Affairs  - Idaho , Inc.

Board Member  - IDeal - Idaho College Savings Program

Recent News  

Former employee Lourdes Matsumoto's attorney announced Thursday the settlement includes a cash payment, as well as agreeing not to rehire Woolf's Chief of Staff Dan Goicoechea.
Goicoechea resigned from the Controller's office earlier this year to become deputy for governmental affairs for the Idaho State Department of Education. He then resigned the day the tort claim was filed.

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A former employee in a tort claim filed last week says Woolf's former chief of staff, Dan Goicoechea, engaged in abusive language and violent acts in conversations involving her and other individuals.
The tort claim is a precursor to a lawsuit. The state has 90 days to respond. Goicoechea has not responded to requests for comment since the tort claim was filed. The state also declined to comment how many other, if any, complaints and investigations had been filed against Goicoechea - citing that those types of records are exempt from Idaho's public records law. Goicoechea resigned after the investigation was completed, where he was soon hired to become deputy for governmental affairs for the Idaho State Department of Education. He resigned from that post the same day the tort claim was filed.

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In a tort claim filed Monday, the former employee says the agency's former chief of staff, Dan Goicoechea (pronounced Goy-ka-CHEE-uh), engaged in abusive language and violent acts in conversations involving her and other individuals.
The tort claim is a precursor to a lawsuit. The Idaho Statesman reports (http://bit.ly/2fbTYdG) that Goicoechea resigned earlier this year to become deputy for governmental affairs for the Idaho State Department of Education. He resigned from that post on Monday.

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